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Quantum Tech Could Secure the Cloud Through ‘Blind’ Data Processing

January 20, 2012 1 Comment

SOURCE: TechNewsWorld

A group of scientists has shown the potential for quantum computers in a cloud-based system to provide a new level of security using so-called blind computing. The idea behind blind quantum computing is that the computer processing data doesn’t know anything about the input, the computation it performs on that input or the resulting output.

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CLOUD COMPUTING, SECURITY
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